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The NHL has issued a public health advisory after an alarming spike in cases of air conditioning headaches and other medical conditions.
The warning came in the form of a statement by the league, which said its teams are experiencing an increase in complaints related to air conditioning.
The NHL said its goal is to educate fans about the importance of air conditioners, as well as the potential health risks.
The NHL said fans are urged to wear appropriate protective gear, such as gloves, masks and face shields, and to limit their outdoor activities.
The league issued the warning after it received a “high volume of reports of COVID-19-related headaches, including a significant number of reports in and around Tampa Bay,” according to the statement.
The statement also noted that the majority of those cases are being reported by young adults between the ages of 20 and 24, which is also “a growing age group for the vast majority of NHL fans.”
The league said the incidence of air conditions in the Tampa Bay area has decreased significantly, from 1.4 percent in early February to 1.1 percent in late March, according to data provided by the NHL.
The number of cases reported in the Bay Area increased by 50 percent from March 1 to March 7, according the statement, with the majority occurring in and near Tampa.